Vessels of Light and Color from Arts Perspective Magazine

Spring Issue 2011

In a nondescript, cinder block warehouse at the base of Horse Gulch Trailhead, through a weathered wooden door, is another world — a translucent world of color and form. It’s the studio and hot shop of the artistic duo Bengt Hokanson and Trefny Dix, two fine artists building on the legacy of glass artists Dale Chihuly, Stanislav Libensky and Gene Koss to create their own individual cast-glass sculptural and mixed-media works. Their fine art is supported by their production-blown glass vessels, currently sold in more than 40 galleries around the country. The couple (they are partners in life as well) has collaborated for nearly 15 years and work in perfect tandem as I visit with them at their studio during preparations for the American Craft Council (ACC) in Baltimore. …

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